The design of modern Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) includes many safety-critical components, including processors, operating systems, communication infrastructure and application software. The integration of UAS in the National Airspace System (NAS) is starting to put more weight on implementation of safety-certification guidelines such as DO-178, making the design of these systems even more demanding.
The OMG Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard is widely adopted for system integration in Aerospace and Defense. Its high level of decoupling between system components, real-time interfaces and end-to-end support for Quality of Service (QoS) makes DDS well suited for implementation within UAS.
In this webinar, learn how a safety-certifiable implementation of DDS can reduce certification costs of your project by at least $2 million. We will also discuss testability of distributed systems, how to avoid sources of non-determinism, design alternatives to reliable communication, and more. The certification package that makes it all possible will be available soon. As a project manager, system architect or software engineer, learn all about it in this webinar first.
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